Chandi dances through to BGT final
Dancing dog Chandi and boy band Connected made it through to the 'Britain's Got Talent' final last night (01.06.10)
Chandi the dancing dog has made it through to the 'Britain's Got Talent' final.
The performing pooch and owner Tina Humphrey received the most public votes following their semi-final 'Me and My Shadow' routine last night (01.06.10) and will now go on to compete for the £100,000 prize on Saturday (05.06.10).
After their winning performance, music teacher Tina said: "I'm relieved it went so well. You just never know how anything is going to go."
The judges were all impressed with the rescue dog's routine.
Piers Morgan said: "I was seeing great footwork and amazing balance and thought Chandi is the canine equivalent of Wayne Rooney. Just like Mr. Rooney, after that Chandi has a very big chance of winning a very big competition."
Head judge Simon Cowell added: "I love her. She is adorable. It shows you how important it is to love a dog because a dog will love you back."
Boy band Connected also went through to the final after the judges voted to keep the teenagers in over singer Neil Fullard.
Dance groups Taboo and the Ruby Girls, father-and-son Michael Jackson tribute act Michael Snr. and Michael Jnr. Fayombo, Lady Gaga drag act Maxxie Oliver, and comic Kev Orkian failed to make it through to the final.
The 'Britain's Got Talent' semi-finals continue on ITV1 tonight (02.06.10)